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Diary April 6, 1919

French soldier threatens an old man
French soldier threatens an old man in the occupied Rhineland.
World War One Diary for Sunday, April 6, 1919:

France: Polish Prime Minister Paderewski arrives in Paris. Clemenceau tells Foch independent Rhineland Western bank not feasible.
South Russia: French and Greek troops evacuate typhus-infected Odessa (announced April 8).

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